To beat the soaring work pressure, western concept of Corporate/workplace wellness programme has slowly made headway towards India, giving ample opportunities to tech and wellness start-ups to tap the space.
Mumbai’s rapidly growing home healthcare platform has elaborate plans to bolster technology base and talent acquisition to ensure world class services to customers. The start-up also has plans to enhance customer service and deepen customer reach in the c
Started her endeavour in beauty and styling by conducting workshops in fashion institutes like NIFT, Priya Kapur has made niche for herself in beauty business by opening multiple salons, make-up and hair studios.
Market intelligence firm Euromonitor asserted last year that the beauty and personal care industry in the Middle East and North Africa was worth US$24 billion – the second fastest-growing market in the world.
Prior to this, the company had raised funding in an event at TiEcon 2014, a conference organised by The Indus Entrepreneurs. It has also secured angel funding of about $160K from India Quotient, Spice Labs and a few other angel investors.
ManageMySpa is an all-in-one, cloud-based software for salons, spas, and medi spas with rich capabilities across appointment scheduling, online bookings, billing, built-in marketing, inventory management, CRM and loyalty features.
Lybrate Inc, a healthcare platform to ease appointments with doctors, has raised US$ 10.2 million in Series A round from Ex-Tata Sons Chief, Ratan Tata and Venture Capital firm Tiger Global Management.
Growing at a CAGR of 7.7%, Home Healthcare is the new and most significant wellness trend falls under healthcare sector, in which, hospital would be shifted at home in order to gain cost effectiveness and to reduce bed occupancy.
Bangaluru-based Unitus Seed Fund has initiated an exclusive strategy to woo health tech start-ups by launching a competition under which the start-ups may earn cash price of Rs10 lakhs, access to mentoring and opportunity for 50 lakhs non-dilutive capital